Our KS1 Christmas play this year saw our nine learning aliens come and visit us to learn all about the Christmas story. The children were absolutely amazing at learning lines, speaking loudly and clearly, singing some great songs and even doing some dancing during the final song! Thank you to all the parents who provided costumes and helped the children learn their lines at home. The KS1 staff team were very proud of the children’s efforts.
I’m so incredibly proud of these children. They have all worked to hard to learn the songs, actions, dances and lines for our Christmas play. I’m getting very excited for our final 2 performances tomorrow and know the children will all shine like stars!
A big thank you to all parents and carers for your support with the wonderful costumes. They all look fantastic! 🙂
This afternoon the children in KS1 enjoyed sharing their theme learning with parents and carers. They shared amazing art work, information about their trip to The Deep and visit from Sam’s Safari, historical facts about the artist Henri Rousseau, great singing and fantastic performances of poems and talk for writing.
The children in F2 and KS1 have started a reading challenge this week. Have you remembered to put your books in to be changed? Have you spotted the display in your classroom?
I wonder which child will be the first to achieve the bronze award!
Bradley made a super puppet as part of his home learning. Well done Bradley for all of you wonderful home learning you have completed this term! We’ve all loved seeing your creations. 🙂
Lucy-May, Ollie, Harlow, James, Dante and Jacob knocked my socks off with their amazing instructions for how to make animal biscuits. They all tried incredibly hard and were given a big thumbs up from Mrs Ogle when they visited her to show off their fabulous work. Well done everybody! I’m very proud of you! 🙂
If you are looking for a little extra to do at home with your child, please practice spotting these digraphs and trigraphs on their own and in words. See if your child can read and spell some words containing these sounds.
Your child will be awarded with 10 house points each time they read or write 5 words.
With many thanks for your support in your child’s learning.
Mrs Hay & Mrs Wallace 🙂
Jacob, Ryan and Alisha have produced some amazing instructions today. They have been real motivated moes!